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  • Evan Warnock ’14, majored in psychology with a double minor in education studies and art. After exploring how architecture promotes different learning environments in the classroom in various countries on his Bristol Fellowship, Warnock decided to join Teach for America in 2016. Evan is currently a 5th-grade learning specialist at Excel Academy Charter Schools in Chelsea, Massachusetts.

  • Molly Leitner graduated from Hamilton in 2019 with a major in neuroscience. While at Hamilton, she played on the varsity softball team. She interned at Environmental Building Solutions, LLC for multiple summers, including the summer after graduation. She then started her position as a research associate at Kallyope.

  • Amelia Cyr, class of 2012, double majored in Mathematics and Computer Science at Hamilton. Currently, she is in her final year of graduate school at Binghamton University, pursuing a Ph.D. in Pure Mathematics. Inspired partly by the mentorship of her own professors, Amelia decided to pursue a Ph.D. in mathematics to become a mentor to her own students, brought together by shared passions and a continuous desire to learn.

  • Amanda Thorman is a Class of 2013 graduate. While at Hamilton, she was a member of Varsity Squash and was the treasurer for a radio show. She graduated with a major in psychology yet found herself in a career in finance. She currently works as a Wealth Planning Associate for UBS in Seattle, Washington. She has a wealth of expertise in investment and trade, having spent 5 years working on the trading floors of Morgan and Stanley.

  • Natalie Adams is currently a Media Specialist at Subject Matter, a Creative Advocacy firm in Washington, D.C. She graduated from Hamilton in 2017 with a Comparative Literature major and a Government minor. At Hamilton, Natalie was a COOP Senior Fellow for Education and was also involved in the Spectator, the Green Apple, dance, and leading orientation trips. She is a Semester in Washington alum and a forever Jan.


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